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freeworlder [Civil service and social programs]
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 Existing centralised administration can be further improved by unrestricted exchange of information between other non-local and foreign admin departments. Assuming adoption of the open access methodology,​ there'​s no reason why these services would even be interrupted. State departments would become the local administrative centres. Existing centralised administration can be further improved by unrestricted exchange of information between other non-local and foreign admin departments. Assuming adoption of the open access methodology,​ there'​s no reason why these services would even be interrupted. State departments would become the local administrative centres.
  
 +===== Retail areas and stores =====
 +Shopping centres, supermarkets and shops don't need to go away just because money does. Supermarkets would be the ideal local stores for commodities in their areas. These could be managed by existing managers - who understand the systems best - but would also be staffed by volunteers as part of their community service.
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 +There would undoubtedly be a reduction in the number of shops as the profit incentive no longer applied. Vacant units could be repurposed into living spaces if necessary.
 ===== Resource tracking & inventory ===== ===== Resource tracking & inventory =====
 The widespread use of barcoding to facilitate the movement of goods can almost immediately be re-purposed to track resources and gauge supply and demand of commodities without being attached to a trade system. For example, a store that provides goods to an area can use barcode technology to track items in and out of the store and provide essential stock and supply information. The widespread use of barcoding to facilitate the movement of goods can almost immediately be re-purposed to track resources and gauge supply and demand of commodities without being attached to a trade system. For example, a store that provides goods to an area can use barcode technology to track items in and out of the store and provide essential stock and supply information.
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